PartyPoker to hold PowerFest Series with $28 000 000 guaranteed

PowerFest on PartyPoker​In the last days of July, PartyPoker will launch the flagship PowerFest series. The poker festival will take place from July 28 to August 11 and during this time, $28 000 000 will be played out in tournaments. No-Limit Hold'em and PLO are chosen as main game formats of the events.

The total guarantee of Omaha tournaments will be equal to $1 900 000. Poker players with any bankroll are able to participate since the competitions are divided in the range between Low and Super High Roller. The lowest buy-in is $5.50, and the most expensive one - $25.

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Championship tournaments and events for $320

On 11th August, there will be 8 championship events, and all winners will receive cups from PartyPoker. These will be 4 no-limit hold'em tournaments and 4 PLO tourneys with a total guarantee of $1 800 000. Buy-ins varies from $11 to $2 100.

PowerFest series has also scheduled events with a $320 buy-in and a huge guarantee from $75 000 to $500 000. The total guarantee of these tournaments is equal to $2 600 000.

Freerolls and satellites

From 21st to 28th July, satellites to PowerFest are being held at PartyPoker. Buy-ins for all satellites starts from 55 cents therefore everyone interested is able to take part. The series of freerolls is currently taking place for those who are going to get to the series without spending any money. First such freeroll was held on July 21.

Free satellites are being conducted until July 27. The competitions provide tickets for the amount of $1 000. No password is required for these events, so they are open to everyone interested.

Do not forget about the $30 bonus on PartyPoker, which you can get right after registering and depositing. We wish you a successful hunt for prizes in PowerFest!

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